Qatar Court Sentences 8 Indian Ex-Navy Officers to Death

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The Karthar court has awarded death sentences to 8 former Indian Navy officers who were arrested in August last year. India is deeply saddened by this verdict.

Yes, even though they were arrested in August last year, this information came to India’s notice only in September. It is owned by a retired Royal Omani Air Force in Qatar. This company provides training to the armed forces of Qatar. It is noteworthy that this is the condition of 8 Indians who worked there.

That means eight ex-Navy officers from India (Captain Navtej Singh Gill, Captain Birendra Kumar Verma, Captain Saurabh Vashisht, Commander Amit Nagpal, Commander Burnendu Tiwari, Commander Sukunagar Pagala, Commander Sanjeev Gupta, Navy veteran Rakesh) worked in this company.

While working, they are accused of providing Israel with information about the country’s state-of-the-art submarines. While the whole of India denied this crime, it was hoped that all would be brought back home safely. But everyone is shocked to hear the death penalty verdict announced today.

It has been said by India that it is very shocking that eight people have been sentenced to death in this trial even after many important legal battles. It is also said that we will wait for a complete verdict in this case and we will consult with the authorities.

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